Chart: East ends women's hockey drought

  • Updated: March 24, 2014 - 12:31 AM

East breaks through

Clarkson’s victory over the Gophers marked the first time a team not from the WCHA won the NCAA women’s hockey championship. A look at the WCHA’s run:

Year Score

2001 Minnesota Duluth 4, St. Lawrence 2

2002 Minnesota Duluth 3, Brown 2

2003 Minnesota Duluth 4, Harvard 3, 2OT

2004 Gophers 6, Harvard 2

2005 Gophers 4, Harvard 3

2006 Wisconsin 3, Gophers 0

2007 Wisconsin 4, Minnesota Duluth 1

2008 Minnesota Duluth 4, Wisconsin 0

2009 Wisconsin 5, Mercyhurst 0

2010 Minnesota Duluth 3, Cornell 2, 3OT

2011 Wisconsin 4, Boston University 1

2012 Gophers 4, Wisconsin 2

2013 Gophers 6, Boston University 3

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Los Angeles - WP: H. Ryu 5 FINAL
Pittsburgh - LP: E. Volquez 2
San Francisco - WP: G. Kontos 7 FINAL
Philadelphia - LP: C. Lee 4
Texas - WP: M. Mikolas 4 FINAL
NY Yankees - LP: S. Greene 2
Boston - WP: J. Lackey 14 FINAL
Toronto - LP: D. Hutchison 1
Miami - WP: B. Morris 3 FINAL
Atlanta - LP: S. Simmons 1
Cincinnati - LP: M. Latos 2 FINAL
Milwaukee - WP: W. Peralta 5
Cleveland - LP: B. Shaw 3 FINAL
Minnesota - WP: C. Fien 4
Kansas City - LP: J. Guthrie 1 FINAL
Chicago WSox - WP: C. Sale 3
Washington - WP: D. Fister 7 FINAL
Colorado - LP: F. Morales 2
Detroit 4 Top 8th Inning
Arizona 3
Baltimore 4 Bottom 6th Inning
LA Angels 2
NY Mets 1 Top 7th Inning
Seattle 4
Calgary 7/24/14 8:00 PM
Edmonton
Winnipeg 7/25/14 9:00 PM
Brt Columbia
Ottawa 7/26/14 6:00 PM
Hamilton
Toronto 7/26/14 9:00 PM
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